Stories for July 2007

Stories for July 2007

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Tuesday, July 31

Neighbors Raise Stink over Plant

One neighborhood's sewage treatment plant is about to change ownership or disappear.

Neighbors Raise Stink over Plant

New Officers Elected

New Officers Elected

Library Drama Continues

Citizens continue to be frustrated with library renovation plans.

Library Drama Continues

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

Celebrating 100 Years of Mail Delivery

Clifton commemorates its first mailman.

Celebrating 100 Years of Mail Delivery

Neighbors Raise Stink over Plant

One neighborhood's sewage treatment plant is about to change ownership or disappear.

Neighbors Raise Stink over Plant

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

Then There Was One

Staff to review offer from third round of new labor site operator requests.

Then There Was One

McLean Rotary Wins Club of the Year Award

McLean Rotary Wins Club of the Year Award

Wireless Unplugged

City officials shut down free wireless service to avoid a fight with the FCC.

In the old days, investigators could wiretap telephone lines by placing an alligator clip on a copper wire.

County Launches Loan Program

Program Benefits Range of Residents

County Launches Loan Program

Getting to Know Ron Fitzsimmons

Getting to Know Ron Fitzsimmons

More Than Rain Dance Needed

RA pushes Hidden Creek on lake water issue.

More Than Rain Dance Needed

Farming Fair at Frying Pan

4-H, Frying Pan team up for a weekend of agriculture and leadership.

Farming Fair at Frying Pan

Culturing Children Under Canopies

Theater in the Woods introduces children to performing arts – and parents have fun too.

Culturing Children Under Canopies

Summer Sequel

After an eight month hiatus, the Old Town Theater is back in business.

Summer Sequel

School Officials Prepare for Coppermine Elementary

School will be fifth elementary in three-mile radius.

School Officials Prepare for Coppermine Elementary

Getting to Know Ron Fitzsimmons

Getting to Know Ron Fitzsimmons

Best Friends Save Man’s Best Friend

Friends of animals come together to give dog new life.

Best Friends Save Man’s Best Friend

Biology Students Win Olympic Gold

Biology Students Win Olympic Gold

Calendar: Aug. 1-7

Calendar: Aug. 1-7

End of an Institution

Great Falls residents bid goodbye to favorite local spot Thelma’s Country Store.

End of an Institution

Peach Festival Offers Free Fun And Food

Peach Festival Offers Free Fun And Food

Shoe Collection Of Good Will

Vienna teen’s community service helps underprivileged students.

Shoe Collection Of Good Will

New Principal Comes to Crestwood

Former Riverside assistant principal prepares for first year at the helm.

New Principal Comes to Crestwood

Youth Club ‘Graduates’ Value Its Effects

RYC All-Star picnic marks end to challenging year.

Youth Club ‘Graduates’ Value Its Effects

Fostering Ethics In Young People

Matthew Brennan helped found Ethics Day programs in Marshall and Madison high schools.

Fostering Ethics In Young People

‘Railroad Days’ Are Forever

‘Railroad Days’ Are Forever

Biology Students Win Olympic Gold

Biology Students Win Olympic Gold

Feds Raise Questions about Dulles Rail

Delays, increased costs cited in report.

Feds Raise Questions about Dulles Rail

Peach Festival Offers Free Fun And Food

Peach Festival Offers Free Fun And Food

Return of the Florist

After six years in Herndon, Lake Anne Florist is back at Washington Plaza.

Return of the Florist

Oakton Teens Honored for Traffic Safety

County officials recognize mailbox reflector measure introduced by teenagers.

Oakton Teens Honored for Traffic Safety

‘Railroad Days’ Are Forever

‘Railroad Days’ Are Forever

McLean Rotary Wins Club of the Year Award

McLean Rotary Wins Club of the Year Award

Celebrating 100 Years of Mail Delivery

Clifton commemorates its first mailman.

Celebrating 100 Years of Mail Delivery

Peach Festival Offers Free Fun And Food

Peach Festival Offers Free Fun And Food

‘Railroad Days’ Are Forever

‘Railroad Days’ Are Forever

Dale New Co-chair

North Hill development persists as a point of dissention.

Dale New Co-chair

Town Reviewing Key Vacancies

Permanent community development director, town manager to be decided in coming months.

Town Reviewing Key Vacancies

No Neighborhood Is an Island … For Long

Elementary students living in Springfield Crossing may change schools.

No Neighborhood Is an Island … For Long

Chance Encounter at Chico's

Chico’s raises funds for Nyumbani orphanage in Africa.

Chance Encounter at Chico's

Getting to Know … Dolores Benavides

Getting to Know … Dolores Benavides

A Summer Evening On The River

A Summer Evening On The River

Here Piggie

Loudoun Fair Hosts Hog Calling Competition

Here Piggie

Bed Bug Siege Underway at ARHA High-Rise

Inspection has been completed — extermination initiated.

Bed Bug Siege Underway at ARHA High-Rise

Neighbors Raise Stink over Plant

One neighborhood's sewage treatment plant is about to change ownership or disappear.

Neighbors Raise Stink over Plant

Fund-raiser To Support Shoe Collection

Teen’s bake sale at North Point Shopping Center to help underprivileged students.

Fund-raiser To Support Shoe Collection

Mortgage Foreclosures Rising

Experts: Unethical lending practices, slowing construction industry to blame.

Mortgage Foreclosures Rising

Chance Encounter at Chico's

Chico’s raises funds for Nyumbani orphanage in Africa.

Chance Encounter at Chico's

Alexandria's Sustainability — By What Standard?

Are the Work Group's assumptions sustainable under scrutiny?

Alexandria's Sustainability — By What Standard?

Buses Seen As Access Solution

Community weighs in on accessibility management plans for future metro stations.

Buses Seen As Access Solution

Under the Sea

Scientific observation vessel docks in Alexandria to celebrate 200th anniversary.

Under the Sea

‘Young Scholars’ Meet Their Benefactor

Northern Virginia is developing the national model.

‘Young Scholars’ Meet Their Benefactor

Artists Promote 'Creative Economy'

Artists Promote 'Creative Economy'

Cooking Made Easy

Businesses Bring Families to the Dinner Table

Cooking Made Easy

Monday, July 30

This Week in Potomac 8-1-07

This Week in Potomac 8-1-07

Business Notes

Business Notes

Clubs & Organizations - August

Clubs & Organizations - August

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Civic Calendar Aug. 1-8

Civic Calendar Aug. 1-8

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Aug. 2-9

Faith Aug. 2-9

Health Notes

Health Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Health & Fitness Aug. 2-9

Health & Fitness Aug. 2-9

Health & Fitness Aug. 1-8

Health & Fitness Aug. 1-8

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Schools Aug. 2-9

Schools Aug. 2-9

Marymount Student Wins Fashion Group Scholarship

Marymount Student Wins Fashion Group Scholarship

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Aug. 1-8

Faith Aug. 1-8

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health & Fitness Aug. 2-9

Health & Fitness Aug. 2-9

In Farm’s Way

Montgomery County farms’ diversity on display during 18th Annual Farm Tour.

In Farm’s Way

A Tribute to Benjamin Boyd

A Tribute to Benjamin Boyd

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Fine Arts Aug. 2-9

Fine Arts Aug. 2-9

Back to the Future

TPC Avenel moves forward with renovation plans.

Back to the Future

Health & Fitness Aug. 2-9

Health & Fitness Aug. 2-9

Calendar Aug. 2-9

Calendar Aug. 2-9

Schools Aug. 2-9

Schools Aug. 2-9

People Notes

People Notes

Sustaining the Ag Reserve

The fierce fight to maintain and raise awareness about Montgomery County's Agricultural Reserve

Sustaining the Ag Reserve

Clubs & Organizations - August

Clubs & Organizations - August

Neighborhood: Taylor Run Aug. 2-9

Neighborhood: Taylor Run Aug. 2-9

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Gogo Kiplinger, 88, Buried At Montevideo

Gogo Kiplinger, 88, Buried At Montevideo

Calendar Aug. 2-9

Calendar Aug. 2-9

Calendar Aug. 1-8

Calendar Aug. 1-8

Paddling at Pan-Am Games

Whitman graduate competes on U.S. Pan-Am team as sprint canoeist.

Paddling at Pan-Am Games

Obit: Mary Frances Reese Dies

Obit: Mary Frances Reese Dies

Toasts and Tales Mark Johnson’s 50th

Getting Around

Toasts and Tales Mark Johnson’s 50th

People Notes

People Notes

Faith Aug. 2-9

Faith Aug. 2-9

Fine Arts Aug. 2-9

Fine Arts Aug. 2-9

Walking the Walk?

Berliner, parents discuss pedestrian safety for local students.

Walking the Walk?

Clubs & Organizations - August

Clubs & Organizations - August

Neighborhood: Taylor Run Aug. 2-9

Neighborhood: Taylor Run Aug. 2-9

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Obit: Mary Frances Reese Dies

Obit: Mary Frances Reese Dies

Senior Living Aug. 1-8

Senior Living Aug. 1-8

School Notes

School Notes

Clubs & Organizations - August

Clubs & Organizations - August

Classes & Workshops - August

Classes & Workshops - August

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Sunday, July 29

Wizard Blizzard

The release of the new Harry Potter book sparks excitement in Arlington.

Wizard Blizzard

Rebuilding For The Future

A non-profit group uses volunteers to make a house more efficient and cost-effective.

Rebuilding For The Future

"Don't Get Bit By The Beaver!"

A group of young volunteers cleans up a hidden pond.

"Don't Get Bit By The Beaver!"

Arlington Wants You!

The county holds an expo to attract baby boomer volunteers.

Arlington Wants You!

Getting To Know... David Williams

This federal employee is trying to make the IRS less intimidating.

Getting To Know... David Williams

Week In Arlington

Week In Arlington

Thursday, July 26

Affordable Housing Proves To Be Hard Sell

County’s first land giveaway for affordable housing meets with alarm by neighbors.

Affordable Housing Proves To Be Hard Sell

Puppet’s View of History

Kaydee Puppets puts on show about American Revolution at Richard Byrd Library.

Puppet’s View of History

Where 19th and 21st Century Fashions Meet

Fair Oaks Mall puts on first ever Civil War Weekend.

Where 19th and 21st Century Fashions Meet

Where 19th and 21st Century Fashions Meet

Fair Oaks Mall puts on first ever Civil War Weekend.

Where 19th and 21st Century Fashions Meet

It's Potter Time

Harry Potter fans pack Barnes & Nobles for book’s midnight release.

It's Potter Time

Where 19th and 21st Century Fashions Meet

Fair Oaks Mall puts on first ever Civil War Weekend.

Where 19th and 21st Century Fashions Meet

Lorton: Learning To Adapt

Residents question elected officials about adaptive reuse site.

Lorton: Learning To Adapt

Affordable Housing Proves To Be Hard Sell

County’s first land giveaway for affordable housing meets with alarm by neighbors.

Affordable Housing Proves To Be Hard Sell

Affordable Housing Proves To Be Hard Sell

County’s first land giveaway for affordable housing meets with alarm by neighbors.

Affordable Housing Proves To Be Hard Sell

Where 19th and 21st Century Fashions Meet

Fair Oaks Mall puts on first ever Civil War Weekend.

Where 19th and 21st Century Fashions Meet

Court Hearing Set for Koger

Forensic accountant has difficulty obtaining financial records from bank, accused management company.

Court Hearing Set for Koger

Fire Station Officially Open

New, environmentally friendly Crosspointe Fire Station conducts grand opening.

Fire Station Officially Open

Tough Turf

South Run RECenter opens synthetic turf fields for youth sports use.

Tough Turf

A Toast to Charity

Traveling bartender competition donates proceeds to charity.

A Toast to Charity

A Home To Be Proud Of

Jennifer Addington’s home, White Oaks, a piece of Old Burke.

A Home To Be Proud Of

End of an Era at Interchange

After eight years of construction, officials celebrate completion of ‘Mixing Bowl’ interchange.

End of an Era at Interchange

Elden Street Players Open “Side Show”

Elden Street Players Open “Side Show”

A Home To Be Proud Of

Jennifer Addington’s home, White Oaks, a piece of Old Burke.

A Home To Be Proud Of

Remembering the Boardwalk

Local Theater Ministry brings beachside amusement to Reston.

Remembering the Boardwalk

A Home To Be Proud Of

Jennifer Addington’s home, White Oaks, a piece of Old Burke.

A Home To Be Proud Of

A Home To Be Proud Of

Jennifer Addington’s home, White Oaks, a piece of Old Burke.

A Home To Be Proud Of

An Enlightened Exhibit

Local photographer brings to light 20 images of traveling paradise.

An Enlightened Exhibit

Standing Up for Seniors

Strauss, area students team up to create “Senioritis,” a new student written musical.

Standing Up for Seniors

Fire Station Officially Open

New, environmentally friendly Crosspointe Fire Station conducts grand opening.

Fire Station Officially Open

Riding Program Loses Home

Fire destroys barn housing therapeutic riding horses.

Riding Program Loses Home

Affordable Housing Proves To Be Hard Sell

County’s first land giveaway for affordable housing meets with alarm by neighbors.

Affordable Housing Proves To Be Hard Sell

Calendar: July 25-Aug. 1

Calendar: July 25-Aug. 1

Lorton: Learning To Adapt

Residents question elected officials about adaptive reuse site.

Lorton: Learning To Adapt

Safety Can Be Fun

Family Resource Center stages first Safety Fair.

Safety Can Be Fun

Affordable Housing Proves To Be Hard Sell

County’s first land giveaway for affordable housing meets with alarm by neighbors.

Affordable Housing Proves To Be Hard Sell

Wednesday, July 25

Court Hearing Set for Koger

Forensic accountant has difficulty obtaining financial records from bank, accused management company.

Court Hearing Set for Koger

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

Teens Are Sentenced for Petit Larcenies

Teens Are Sentenced

Teens Are Sentenced for Petit Larcenies

Sweet Shots' Sweet Success

One of Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion’s ladies tennis teams wins Virginia district tournament.

Sweet Shots' Sweet Success

Returning Home

Vienna Soldier Sustains War Injury

Returning Home

Former PTO President Takes Next Step

Hammond to Run for Sugarland Seat on School Board

Former PTO President Takes Next Step

Westfield Summer Stage's 'High School Musical'

Westfield Summer Stage's 'High School Musical'

Community Notes

Community Notes

Talk to the Animals

Talk to the Animals

Ribbon-Cutting for Hanley Family Shelter

Ribbon-Cutting for Hanley Family Shelter

Meet Principal Carol Larsen

New administrator at Deer Park Elementary receives rave reviews.

Meet Principal Carol Larsen

Pharmacy Tech at Chantilly Academy

Students get real-life experience as interns in pharmacies.

Pharmacy Tech at Chantilly Academy

Moonlight Yoga-thon Raises $882

Members of the Dahn Holistic Fitness Center raise funds for St. Jude’s research.

Moonlight Yoga-thon Raises $882

South Lakes Included in Western Boundary Study

School system plans to move Madison "Island" to South Lakes.

South Lakes Included in Western Boundary Study

Health Notes

Health Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Of Harry, Hogwarts and Hermione

Barnes & Noble holds party for release of new Harry Potter book.

Of Harry, Hogwarts and Hermione

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Recalling His Passion for Life

Family and friends mourn the death of area resident Eric Jones.

Recalling His Passion for Life

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

CommonwealthÕs Attorney Clears GreasonÕs Name

No Charges Pending

CommonwealthÕs Attorney Clears GreasonÕs Name

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Wing-Walking and Guitars

Daredevil Jana Leigh McWhorter also sings country music.

Wing-Walking and Guitars

Court Hearing Set for Koger

Forensic accountant has difficulty obtaining financial records from bank, accused management company.

Court Hearing Set for Koger

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

A Home to be Proud Of

Jennifer Addington’s home, White Oaks, a piece of Old Burke.

A Home to be Proud Of

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Court Hearing Set for Koger

Forensic accountant has difficulty obtaining financial records from bank, accused management company.

Court Hearing Set for Koger

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Westfield and Chantilly Are in Boundary Study

Westfield and Chantilly Are in Boundary Study

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Health Notes

Health Notes

Beware the Bite

First human West Nile case for 2007 reported in Springfield.

Beware the Bite

Networking Is Made Easy

Networking Is Made Easy

People Notes

People Notes

Beware the Bite This Summer Season

First human West Nile case for 2007 reported in Springfield.

Beware the Bite This Summer Season

School Notes

School Notes

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Sizzling Sounds at Band, Orchestra Camp

Sizzling Sounds at Band, Orchestra Camp

Renovations Wrapping Up

Old Schools Get Upgrades

Renovations Wrapping Up

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Theater Notes

Theater Notes

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Western Fairfax Christian Ministry Needs Your Help

Western Fairfax Christian Ministry Needs Your Help

Kings Crossing On Fast Track

Political and civic leaders give thumbs up to latest plan.

Kings Crossing On Fast Track

Getting to Know...

Don Harrison

Getting to Know...

A Home To Be Proud Of

Jennifer Addington’s home, White Oaks, a piece of Old Burke.

A Home To Be Proud Of

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Wendy's Flames Consume More Than A Burger

Wendy's Flames Consume More Than A Burger

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Volunteering

Volunteering

Supervisors' Notebook

Supervisors' Notebook

Ron Koch Leaving Planning Commission

Will take on Sully police in federal court

Ron Koch Leaving Planning Commission

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Calendar

Six Years Prison for Fair Lakes Robbery

First Fairfax County sentencing for Young.

Six Years Prison for Fair Lakes Robbery

Alliance Theatre Presents Broadway Musical, 'Cats'

Alliance Theatre Presents Broadway Musical, 'Cats'

Business Notes

Business Notes

New Face of the Fair

Sterling’s Griffith Takes the Crown at Fair

New Face of the Fair

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Tuesday, July 24

A Menu of Options for Tysons

McLean residents analyze three proposed test scenario plans for the future Tysons at Task Force workshop.

A Menu of Options for Tysons

Community Bikes Collected for the World

International Washington-area bicycle collection group receives Herndon help.

Community Bikes Collected for the World

Downtown Businesses Push for Development

Redevelopment seen as key to many businesses looking to expand profitability.

Downtown Businesses Push for Development

Surprised by Carousel Charge

Surprised by Carousel Charge

Dogs That Criminals Fear

Fairfax County canines show their stuff during an obedience simulation.

Dogs That Criminals Fear

Connecting Moms with Jobs

New online service designed to help stay-at-home moms find work.

Connecting Moms with Jobs

Fields Get Green Light

City authorizes to move forward with three athletic fields, including the controversial Stafford field.

Fields Get Green Light

Staying Ahead of the Game

BT Industrials CEO Jackie Bassett publishes ‘A Seat at the Table for CEO’s and CSO’s: Driving Profits, Corporate Performance and Business Agility.’

Staying Ahead of the Game

Dogs That Criminals Fear

Fairfax County canines show their stuff during an obedience simulation.

Dogs That Criminals Fear

Housing on Church Site?

Plan calls for as many as 210 units on United Christian Parish property.

Housing on Church Site?

SunRocket Customers Search for Answers

Vienna-based Internet phone company leaves customers wondering what happened.

SunRocket Customers Search for Answers

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Opportunities for Students To Study Abroad

South Lakes career resource specialist returns from UK.

Opportunities for Students To Study Abroad

Go Fish

Local Girl Scouts and Brownies get a taste of the outdoors at Burke Lake Park.

Go Fish

Father’s Ante Pays Off

Reston resident finishes seventh in poker’s top competition.

Father’s Ante Pays Off

Hudgins Kicks Off Reelection Bid

Hunter Mill supervisor gears up for challenge.

Hudgins Kicks Off Reelection Bid

Green Race Comes to Vienna

In Vienna on Saturday: Environmental education and Friends of the W&OD Trail 10K Run.

Green Race Comes to Vienna

RELAC Scare for Lake Anne Residents

RA pumps water into Lake Anne to ensure cooling system continues to operate.

RELAC Scare for Lake Anne Residents

Vienna Girl Meets Grand Challenge

Eleven-year-old wins national ‘Engineer Girl’ essay contest.

Vienna Girl Meets Grand Challenge

A Special Anniversary — After The Flood

A Special Anniversary — After The Flood

School Notes

School Notes

Incendiary Language

Reston Metrorail Access Group does not endorse tone or some suggestions in report’s paragraphs.

Incendiary Language

Post Offices: Ashburn/South Riding

Community Guide

Post Offices: Ashburn/South Riding

Courts

Community Guide

Courts

School Board: Ashburn

Community Guide

School Board: Ashburn

Public Schools: Cascades

Community Guide

Public Schools: Cascades

Something New in Dulles South

Community Guide

Something New in Dulles South

Law Enforcement

Community Guide

Law Enforcement

County Government: Ashburn

Community Guide

County Government: Ashburn

Voting: Cascades

Voting: Cascades

Animal Care & Control

Community Guide

Animal Care & Control

School Board: South Riding

Community Guide

School Board: South Riding

Clubs and Organizations

Community Guide

Clubs and Organizations

Fire & Rescue: Cascades

Community Guide

Fire & Rescue: Cascades

By the Numbers

Community Guide

By the Numbers

Parks: Cascades

Community Guide

Parks: Cascades

Libraries: Cascades

Community Guide

Libraries: Cascades

Arts & Entertainment

Community Guide

Arts & Entertainment

Post Offices: Cascades

Community Guide

Post Offices: Cascades

Voting: Ashburn

Community Guide

Voting: Ashburn

Military Families Resources

Community Guide

Military Families Resources

Calendar of Events

Community Guide

Calendar of Events

Important Numbers

Community Guide

Important Numbers

Faith: Ashburn/South Riding

Community Guide

Faith: Ashburn/South Riding

School Board: Cascades

Community Guide

School Board: Cascades

General Assembly: Cascades

Community Guide

General Assembly: Cascades

Welcome to the Neighborhood

Community Guide

Welcome to the Neighborhood

The Future of Ashburn

Community Guide

The Future of Ashburn

Parks: Ashburn/South Riding

Community Guide

Parks: Ashburn/South Riding

Faith: Cascades

Community Guide

Faith: Cascades

Public Schools: South Riding

Community Guide

Public Schools: South Riding

Community Centers: Ashburn/South Riding

Community Guide

Community Centers: Ashburn/South Riding

Sterling’s Many Faces

Community Guide

Sterling’s Many Faces

Learning the Proper Lingo

Community Guide

Learning the Proper Lingo

Civic Organizations

Community Guide

Civic Organizations

Looking To Hear from Our Readers

Community Guide

Looking To Hear from Our Readers

History Quiz

Community Guide

History Quiz

Re-Squared Away

Montgomery Square holds Grand Reopening festivities.

Re-Squared Away

Health

Community Guide

Health

Voting: South Riding

Community Guide

Voting: South Riding

General Assembly: Ashburn

Community Guide

General Assembly: Ashburn

General Assembly: South Riding

Community Guide

General Assembly: South Riding

New Residents Checklist

Community Guide

New Residents Checklist

Public Schools: Ashburn

Community Guide

Public Schools: Ashburn

Libraries: Ashburn/South Riding

Community Guide

Libraries: Ashburn/South Riding

Community Centers: Cascades

Community Guide

Community Centers: Cascades

County Government: Cascades

Community Guide

County Government: Cascades

Fire & Rescue: Ashburn/South Riding

Community Guide

Fire & Rescue: Ashburn/South Riding

Chamber of Commerce

Community Guide

Chamber of Commerce

County Government: South Riding

Community Guide

County Government: South Riding

Fixing Infill Problems

Fixing Infill Problems

What Goes Up Must Come Down … Eventually

Whitman student wins competition at University of Vermont's Engineering Summer Institute.

What Goes Up Must Come Down … Eventually

DC Restaurant Week

DC Restaurant Week

A Buzz-Worthy Addition

Josh Short leads the brownie revolution on Slaters Lane.

A Buzz-Worthy Addition

Surprised by Carousel Charge

Surprised by Carousel Charge

Artists Choosing Artists

Printmakers gallery show honors Torpedo Factory inspirations.

Artists Choosing Artists

'Hellzapoppin' Fresh

A 1938 comedy revived In all its foolishness.

'Hellzapoppin' Fresh

School's Gone, Class Spirit Lives On

School's Gone, Class Spirit Lives On

’Waxing’ Nostalgic About the Father of Hip-Hop

Black History Museum puts Gil Scott-Heron in the spotlight.

’Waxing’ Nostalgic About the Father of Hip-Hop

Artists Choosing Artists

Printmakers gallery show honors Torpedo Factory inspirations.

Artists Choosing Artists

Hyland Brings Benefits Home

Several of the National Association of Counties most successful programs were Hyland driven.

Hyland Brings Benefits Home

Healthy Pet Food Starts at Home

Cooking for four-legged friends.

Healthy Pet Food Starts at Home

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

'Hellzapoppin' Fresh

A 1938 comedy revived in all its foolishness.

'Hellzapoppin' Fresh

A Buzz-Worthy Addition

Josh Short leads the brownie revolution on Slaters Lane.

A Buzz-Worthy Addition

For Potter Fans, the End is Here

For Potter Fans, the End is Here

’Waxing’ Nostalgic About the Father of Hip-Hop

Black History Museum puts Gil Scott-Heron in the spotlight.

’Waxing’ Nostalgic About the Father of Hip-Hop

'Hellzapoppin' Fresh

A 1938 comedy revived In all its foolishness.

'Hellzapoppin' Fresh

Do Over on Huntington

Change in floodplain helps spur redesign of development.

Do Over on Huntington

This Week in Potomac 7-25-07

This Week in Potomac 7-25-07

A Tall Poppy In McLean

McLean resident and life coach to hold book signing at Barnes & Noble for recently released “Find Your Courage.”

A Tall Poppy In McLean

City Bucks National Crime Trend

National violent crime rates are up, but the City of Fairfax is trying to stay away from that trend.

City Bucks National Crime Trend

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

Town License Standoff Ends

Former Mayor Carol Bruce determined to be a legal U.S. resident under new ordinance, granted business license.

Town License Standoff Ends

BPA Donates to 'Birdie' Foundation

Giving comes full circle when BPA donates to foundation established by Taste of Great Falls volunteer.

BPA Donates to 'Birdie' Foundation

Anti-Mirant Rally Comes To Old Town

Gov. Tim Kaine again linked with Mirant during protest march.

Anti-Mirant Rally Comes To Old Town

Bedbugs Send Ladrey Residents to Hospital

Search for new executive director put on hold.

Bedbugs Send Ladrey Residents to Hospital

Friendship Firehouse Anniversary

Friendship Firehouse Anniversary

Getting to Know … Bill Clayton

Getting to Know … Bill Clayton

Carpenter’s Shelter Resident Murdered

July 19 homicide is the fifth murder of the year, and the third in the Parker Gray neighborhood.

Carpenter’s Shelter Resident Murdered

Subdivide and Conquer

West End property owner wins in Supreme Court. But what’s next?

Subdivide and Conquer

Directing the Past

City manager names Lance Mallamo to head the Office of Historic Alexandria.

Directing the Past

Alexandria's Tomorrow: History vs. Economics

City's date with history: past and future.

Alexandria's Tomorrow: History vs. Economics

Japan Welcomes Great Falls Youths

Great Falls Elementary students will ‘never forget’ visit to Japan.

Japan Welcomes Great Falls Youths

Gathering Approval

Supervisors approve Gatherings at Cascades in 5-4 vote.

Gathering Approval

Go Fish

Local Girl Scouts and Brownies get a taste of the outdoors at Burke Lake Park.

Go Fish

Heroin Ring Busted

Four are charged with conspiracy to smuggle heroin into Alexandria jail.

Heroin Ring Busted

Go Fish

Local Girl Scouts and Brownies get a taste of the outdoors at Burke Lake Park.

Go Fish

Dogs That Criminals Fear

Fairfax County canines show their stuff during an obedience simulation.

Dogs That Criminals Fear

County Explores Denying Services to Illegal Immigrants

Resolution instructs county administrator to find out which services could legally be denied.

County Explores Denying Services to Illegal Immigrants

Monday, July 23

Welcome To Arlington!

Welcome To Arlington!

Health & Fitness July 26-Aug. 2

Health & Fitness July 26-Aug. 2

Calendar July 26-Aug. 2

Calendar July 26-Aug. 2

Fine Arts July 26-Aug. 2

Fine Arts July 26-Aug. 2

College Notes

College Notes

Health & Fitness July 26-Aug. 2

Health & Fitness July 26-Aug. 2

Welcome To Arlington!

Welcome To Arlington!

Fine Arts July 26-Aug. 2

Fine Arts July 26-Aug. 2

Facing The Issues

Five of the most important issues that are facing Arlington County right now.

Facing The Issues

Calendar July 25-Aug. 1

Calendar July 25-Aug. 1

Lights, Camera... Arlington!

The county has seen its share of big-time Hollywood productions.

Lights, Camera... Arlington!

Alexandria Bulletin July 26-Aug. 2

Alexandria Bulletin July 26-Aug. 2

Neighborhood: Del Ray July 26-Aug. 2

Neighborhood: Del Ray July 26-Aug. 2

Getting to Know… Amazing Grace Danso

Danso is a rising junior at West Potomac High School.

Getting to Know… Amazing Grace Danso

Week In Arlington

Week In Arlington

A Day In The Life

Your plan for experiencing everything Arlington has to offer in 24 hours.

A Day In The Life

Help In The Community

Arlington has numerous non-profit organizations that assist those in need.

Help In The Community

Housemates: Signature, Library

Books and drama find a home next door to each other.

Housemates: Signature, Library

Free For All

Churchill moves to clarify that buying AP textbooks is not mandatory.

Free For All

Calendar July 26-Aug. 2

Calendar July 26-Aug. 2

Alexandria Bulletin July 26-Aug. 2

Alexandria Bulletin July 26-Aug. 2

Digging Out

School Board looks to remedy Churchill’s ‘extremely rare’ budget deficit.

Digging Out

Health & Fitness July 26-Aug. 2

Health & Fitness July 26-Aug. 2

College Notes

College Notes

Civic Calendar July 25-Aug. 2

Civic Calendar July 25-Aug. 2

Housemates: Signature, Library

Books and drama find a home next door to each other.

Housemates: Signature, Library

Help In The Community

Arlington has numerous non-profit organizations that assist those in need.

Help In The Community

Neighborhood: Del Ray July 26-Aug. 2

Neighborhood: Del Ray July 26-Aug. 2

Fallen By the Wayside

Memories of forgotten promises recalled as Wayside Elementary expansion is approved.

Fallen By the Wayside

Lights, Camera... Arlington!

The county has seen its share of big-time Hollywood productions.

Lights, Camera... Arlington!

Facing The Issues

Five of the most important issues that are facing Arlington County right now.

Facing The Issues

A Day In The Life

Your plan for experiencing everything Arlington has to offer in 24 hours.

A Day In The Life

Thursday, July 19

Making an Entrance

Making an Entrance

Sidebar: OTCA Says No To 4A

Sidebar: OTCA Says No To 4A

Obituary

Eric Alexander Jones

Obituary

Wednesday, July 18

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Calendar

Notes and Keys

Music is a family matter for the Parrells.

Notes and Keys

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Nice Mug

Clay Café Studios comes to Lorton Library for mug-painting workshop July 9.

Nice Mug

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Those Who Came Before

Ekoji Buddhist Temple celebrates Obon Festival.

Those Who Came Before

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Loudoun Theater

Loudoun Theater

Baby, 1, Receives Bone Marrow Transplant

Fund-raiser nets $17,000 for Tyler DeMille of Greenbriar.

Baby, 1, Receives Bone Marrow Transplant

At the Polls

At the Polls

A Fairy Tale Evening Comes True

Three local debutantes are presented to society.

A Fairy Tale Evening Comes True

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Harry Potter and the Prince of Peace

Sunday sermons find Christian message in popular children’s books.

Harry Potter and the Prince of Peace

Notes and Keys

Music is a family matter for the Parrells.

Notes and Keys

Notes and Keys

Music is a family matter for the Parrells.

Notes and Keys

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Calendar

Calendar

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Clifton throws first wine festival on Aug. 11.

Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Man Charged in Cold Cases

DNA samples link convicted Lorton man to two open cases.

Man Charged in Cold Cases

Health Notes

Health Notes

Schools and Camps

Schools and Camps

Health Notes

Health Notes

Lee Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison

Killed Fair Lakes man in 2005.

Lee Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison

Notes and Keys

Music is a family matter for the Parrells.

Notes and Keys

Health Notes

Health Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Clifton, after the Flood

Repairs planned for bridge and lodge damaged in last year's flood.

Clifton, after the Flood

Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Clifton throws first wine festival on Aug. 11.

Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Health Notes

Health Notes

Turning 50

Game Review

Turning 50

Calendar

Calendar

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Notes and Keys

Music is a family matter for the Parrells.

Notes and Keys

Magic in the Air

Kingstowne Library throws Harry Potter party.

Magic in the Air

Stop Bullies in Their Tracks

Springfield church hosts seminar on bullying prevention, including Olweus method.

Stop Bullies in Their Tracks

Schools and Camps

Schools and Camps

Sweet Smell of Success

Norman Cole Jr. plant in Lorton receives fifth platinum award.

Sweet Smell of Success

Community Notes

Community Notes

Man Charged in Cold Cases

DNA samples link convicted Lorton man to two open cases.

Man Charged in Cold Cases

Community Notes

Community Notes

Schools and Camps

Schools and Camps

Business Notes

Business Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Theater

Theater

Schools and Camps

Schools and Camps

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Rockville Finds Its Heart

Downtown Rockville springs to life as the Rockville Town Square opens.

Rockville Finds Its Heart

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Calendar

Calendar

Schools and Camps

Schools and Camps

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Lee Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison

Killed Fair Lakes man in 2005.

Lee Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison

Those Who Came Before

Ekoji Buddhist Temple celebrates Obon Festival.

Those Who Came Before

Young Found Guilty of Bank Robbery

Jury recommends 12 years prison.

Young Found Guilty of Bank Robbery

Local Car Show to Benefit Charities

Local Car Show to Benefit Charities

Private School Builds New Campus

Construction of new Gesher Jewish Day School nearly finished.

Private School Builds New Campus

Family Shelter Opens in Aug.

Family Shelter Opens in Aug.

Alliance Theatre Presents 'Cats'

First thespians in Washington, D.C., area to perform it.

Alliance Theatre Presents 'Cats'

Homeless Man Drowns in Potomac

Homeless Man Drowns in Potomac

Korean Church Breaks Ground

Expected to open in Centreville in early 2009.

Korean Church Breaks Ground

Roundups

Roundups

Supervised Fun for Area Children

My Gym Chantilly offers fun games that teach developmental skills.

Supervised Fun for Area Children

Man Charged with Narcotics Offenses

Man Charged with Narcotics Offenses

A Cruel Crime

Man accused of striking girlfriend, killing dog and terrifying his son.

A Cruel Crime

Wilson Wins Special Election

With more than 9,000 votes cast, Justin Wilson wins with a margin of 347 votes.

Wilson Wins Special Election

Explosion Causes Fire in Centreville Community

Officials say man had 5,000 pounds of explosives.

Explosion Causes Fire in Centreville Community

A 'Simple, Perfect' Run

Memorial run for shooting victim raises $11,000 for scholarship.

A 'Simple, Perfect' Run

Grand Brawl

Assault during Gadsby’s Tavern’s Grand Ball is now headed to General District Court.

Grand Brawl

Westfield Summer Stage's 'High School Musical'

Disney Channel smash hit comes to life.

Westfield Summer Stage's 'High School Musical'

Where Cats and People Meet

Humane Society of Fairfax County offers alternative to adopting animals from county shelter.

Where Cats and People Meet

Nice Mug

Clay Café Studios comes to Lorton Library for mug-painting workshop July 9.

Nice Mug

People Notes

People Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Tuesday, July 17

How High Can He Go?

Stone Bridge graduate earns scholarships, awards through commitment to Scouting.

How High Can He Go?

Herndon Rejects Both Labor Site Proposals

Third request for proposals issued.

Herndon Rejects Both Labor Site Proposals

Funded Study Going Nowhere

Funded Study Going Nowhere

Braddock’s Best Youth

Young Best of Braddock winners have already accomplished a lot in life.

Braddock’s Best Youth

Yellow Eyesore

Staton Calls Staff to Inspect Building

Yellow Eyesore

Photographer Displays Community, World

Financial planner and photographer showing work in Reston and Herndon.

Photographer Displays Community, World

ACVA Names New President/CEO

ACVA Names New President/CEO

Citizens Question Library Design

Tense community meeting on library design plans ends with promise for consideration of citizen suggestions.

Citizens Question Library Design

Potomac Island Donated for Conservation

Offutt Island donated to The Nature Conservancy to be managed as a natural preserve.

Potomac Island Donated for Conservation

Iraq on Wolf’s Doorstep

Congressman addresses protests.

Iraq on Wolf’s Doorstep

When King St. Becomes Diagon Alley

As Old Town prepares for Potter mania, book store are ready to bid farewell to Harry.

When King St. Becomes Diagon Alley

Kicking the Can on Smoking Ban

Mayor Euille’s proposed smoking ban is OK for now, but just wait until next year.

Kicking the Can on Smoking Ban

Three More Resign from Council

Another North Hill open meeting is set for August 2.

Three More Resign from Council

Air Board Regains Control

Next meeting between all parties set for July 26 in Richmond .

Air Board Regains Control

Kincora Raises Concerns

Work session on large development project brings questions of roads, houses and money.

Kincora Raises Concerns

When King St. Becomes Diagon Alley

As Old Town prepares for Potter mania, book store are ready to bid farewell to Harry.

When King St. Becomes Diagon Alley

When King St. Becomes Diagon Alley

As Old Town prepares for Potter mania, book store are ready to bid farewell to Harry.

When King St. Becomes Diagon Alley

Alexandria Loses Institution

Emergency Room specialists started under Dr. George Speck's guidance.

Alexandria Loses Institution

Board Names Three New Schools

Board Votes For Elementary Schools Names

Board Names Three New Schools

Still Missing

Sheriff's Office seeks missing Super Bowl pendant

Still Missing

McLean Rotary President Elect Honored

McLean Rotary President Elect Honored

Blood Brothers

Churchill ‘04 graduate donates life-saving stem cells to Victoria, Texas man through National Marrow Donors Program.

Blood Brothers

Novotny Dies at 79

Former Potomac resident worked as advocate for those with autism and other disabilities.

Novotny Dies at 79

Calming Down North Shore Drive

Pedestrian accident highlights need for traffic calming device at Lake Anne.

Calming Down North Shore Drive

McLean Welcomes New Principal

McLean resident Deborah Jackson is delighted to serve as principal in her own community.

McLean Welcomes New Principal

Paddlers Celebrate 'Nation's River'

Kayakers of all levels and backgrounds convened in Great Falls last weekend for the 17th annual Potomac Festival.

Paddlers Celebrate 'Nation's River'

New Company for New Needs

Reston-based company performs environmental audits in Americas.

New Company for New Needs

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Sidewalks on Town's 'Wish List'

Vienna looks to address growing resident demand for neighborhood pedestrian access.

Sidewalks on Town's 'Wish List'

Bar Fight Results in 10 Arrests

Deputies Chase Suspects of Bar Fight

Bar Fight Results in 10 Arrests

Alexandria Loses Institution

Emergency Room specialists started under Dr. George Speck's guidance.

Alexandria Loses Institution

LINK Celebrates 35 Years of Service

Longtime Volunteers Reminisce About the Beginning

LINK Celebrates 35 Years of Service

Pied Piper of Oak Hill

Family and friends remember life of Monica Cooper, 42, who passed away last month from breast cancer.

Pied Piper of Oak Hill

Green Isn’t Cheap

City to test two modes of greener public transportation.

Green Isn’t Cheap

ACVA Names New President/CEO

ACVA Names New President/CEO

Paddlers’ Paradise

Potomac Whitewater Festival Photos

Paddlers’ Paradise

In Search of New Principal for Hughes Middle

Parents and staff learn the process of selecting the next person in charge of the school.

In Search of New Principal for Hughes Middle

Braddock’s Best Youth

Young Best of Braddock winners have already accomplished a lot in life.

Braddock’s Best Youth

Latest Jones Point Plan Challenged

Latest plan by National Park Service re-ignites emotions on both sides.

Latest Jones Point Plan Challenged

Leaning Heavy on Businesses

Reston’s large commercial base could play a vital role in RCA’s town proposal.

Leaning Heavy on Businesses

ACVA Names New President/CEO

ACVA Names New President/CEO

Golf Course Still on Track

The opening date of the Presidential Golf Club has been pushed back to 2008.

Golf Course Still on Track

Former Potomac School Student Presents Policy Proposal

Former Potomac School Student Presents Policy Proposal

County Scrutinizing Student Newspapers

County to offer journalism seminars to students, advisors and principals after questions of ethics and responsibility were raised last year.

County Scrutinizing Student Newspapers

Remembering Son's Smile

Cleveland’s Travels Come to an End

Remembering Son's Smile

Banner of Love

Vienna banner brings comfort to local soldier in Iraq.

Banner of Love

Sculptor At Work

Sculptor At Work

Seniors Staying Busy

Seniors Staying Busy

Coordinating Tysons’ Future

Developers, community discuss rail and redevelopment impact on local roads.

Coordinating Tysons’ Future

New 'Authority' Approves New Taxes

New 'Authority' Approves New Taxes

Homes for Sale

Real estate market is turning into a wholesale retailer.

Homes for Sale

Homes for Sale

Real estate market is turning into a wholesale retailer.

Homes for Sale

Sniffing, Scanning and Searching, Oh My!

Bloodhounds and their handlers gather in Aldie for annual summer training.

Sniffing, Scanning and Searching, Oh My!

Former Potomac School Student Presents Policy Proposal

Former Potomac School Student Presents Policy Proposal

Making Tysons Work

Grid street system key for Tysons’ future.

Making Tysons Work

And the Winners Are...

The largest trees nominated in the GFCA Heritage Tree Census are announced at Fourth of July Hometown Celebration.

And the Winners Are...

Credit Card Theft Suspects Sought

Credit Card Theft Suspects Sought

An Honorable Affair

Clyde "Mitch" Mitchell honored by his family for his WWII service.

An Honorable Affair

County Scrutinizing Student Newspapers

County to offer journalism seminars to students, advisors and principals after questions of ethics and responsibility were raised last year.

County Scrutinizing Student Newspapers

Life After Potter

With Rowling's hit series coming to a close, where will Potter fans turn next?

Life After Potter

Potter Fans Pack Sterling Cinema

'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix' Attracts All Ages

Potter Fans Pack Sterling Cinema

New UCM Executive Director Welcomed

New UCM Executive Director Welcomed

This Week in Potomac 7-18-07

This Week in Potomac 7-18-07

Searching for Bobby Fischer … In Potomac?

Churchill sophomore takes on international chess competitions

Searching for Bobby Fischer … In Potomac?

Life After Potter

With Rowling's hit series coming to a close, where will Potter fans turn next?

Life After Potter

Accounting Spillover

Churchill boosters and PTA respond to audit reports.

Accounting Spillover

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

Life After Potter

With Rowling's hit series coming to a close, where will Potter fans turn next?

Life After Potter

Monday, July 16

Ferguson Reviews State Of Arlington

The Chairman of the Board emphasizes prosperity but acknowledges mistakes in the State of the County speech.

Ferguson Reviews State Of Arlington

Health & Fitness July 19-25

Health & Fitness July 19-25

Faith July 19-25

Faith July 19-25

People Notes

People Notes

Health & Fitness July 18-25

Health & Fitness July 18-25

Neighborhood: Taylor Run July 19-25

Neighborhood: Taylor Run July 19-25

College Notes

College Notes

People Notes

People Notes

Neighborhood: Old Town July 19-25

Neighborhood: Old Town July 19-25

Calendar July 18-24

Calendar July 18-24

Civic Calendar July 18-24

Civic Calendar July 18-24

Week In Arlington

Week In Arlington

Calendar July 18-24

Calendar July 18-24

Schools July 18-24

Schools July 18-24

Calendar July 18-24

Calendar July 18-24

College Notes

College Notes

Sons Plead Guilty in Father's Gambling Ring

Illegal gambling operation focused on football and basketball.

Sons Plead Guilty in Father's Gambling Ring

Seniors July 18-24

Seniors July 18-24

Neighborhood: Taylor Run July 19-25

Neighborhood: Taylor Run July 19-25

Neighborhood: Old Town July 19-25

Neighborhood: Old Town July 19-25

Obit: James Edward Hall Dies

Obit: James Edward Hall Dies

Faith July 19-25

Faith July 19-25

Breaking La Banque

French high school students come to Arlington to learn about banking.

Breaking La Banque

Fine Arts July 18-25

Fine Arts July 18-25

Neighborhood: Seminary Valley July 19-25

Neighborhood: Seminary Valley July 19-25

Neighborhood: Seminary Valley July 19-25

Neighborhood: Seminary Valley July 19-25

Obit: James Edward Hall Dies

Obit: James Edward Hall Dies

Lady Bird

Lady Bird

People Notes

People Notes

Health & Fitness July 18-25

Health & Fitness July 18-25

Musical Chairs

The School Board picks its fourth leader in the past 18 months.

Musical Chairs

Fine Arts July 19-25

Fine Arts July 19-25

Thursday, July 12

’Strike Team’ Briefs Spring Bank Residents

Overcrowding and property upkeep are main targets.

’Strike Team’ Briefs Spring Bank Residents

Wednesday, July 11

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Cranking It Up at Colvin Run Mill

Making ice cream the old-fashioned way — hand cranking it.

Cranking It Up at Colvin Run Mill

Cranking It Up at Colvin Run Mill

Making ice cream the old-fashioned way — hand cranking it.

Cranking It Up at Colvin Run Mill

Getting to Know …

Sean Schleifer

Getting to Know …

People Notes

People Notes

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Community Notes

Community Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Community Notes

Community Notes

Business Notes

Business Notes

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Calendar

Loudoun Theater

Loudoun Theater

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Loudoun Ongoing Events

Calendar

Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Calendar

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Strathmore Joins the Cirque

Strathmore Joins the Cirque

Theater

Theater

Calendar

Calendar

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Seven Saved From Boat Fire

Fairfax County Marine Patrol comes to aid of burning yacht July 8.

Seven Saved From Boat Fire

Happy Birthday America

City marks Fourth of July with parade, fanfare and fireworks.

Happy Birthday America

Get Out and Play

Lake Accotink manager encourages spending time outdoors.

Get Out and Play

Swimming and Caring

Burke Centre Swim Club swims for charity in annual swim-a-thon

Swimming and Caring

Acknowleding Braddock’s Best

Outstanding citizens recognized at July 10 Best of Braddock Awards.

Acknowleding Braddock’s Best

Boys, 14, Charged with Gang Participation

Boys, 14, Charged with Gang Participation

Grandparents of a Superstar

Schoepe-Evans' grandson Ross Detweiler is drafted by Washington Nationals.

Grandparents of a Superstar

Man Is Charged with Bank Robbery

Police believe he's responsible for four total.

Man Is Charged with Bank Robbery

Business Notes

Business Notes

Roundups

Roundups

Four Years Probation for Grand Larceny

Four Years Probation for Grand Larceny

'Drop in Anytime — Not!'

Unknown driver crashes car into home near Greenbriar.

'Drop in Anytime — Not!'

Murder Rocks Centreville Community

Husband admits stabbing wife to death in 911 phone call.

Murder Rocks Centreville Community

Better Reception

Cell phone and wireless Internet towers considered for Burke Centre.

Better Reception

Suing For Intimidation?

Severed Episcopal churches see recent action to add volunteers to defendant list in lawsuits as ‘frivolous.’

Suing For Intimidation?

Happy Birthday America

City marks Fourth of July with parade, fanfare and fireworks.

Happy Birthday America

Owners Bristle Under City Scrutiny

Owners of Rain Restaurant and Lounge think the city is unfairly picking on them.

Owners Bristle Under City Scrutiny

Sons Plead Guilty in Father's Gambling Ring

Illegal gambling operation focused on football and basketball.

Sons Plead Guilty in Father's Gambling Ring

Neighborly Fourth

Residents of Orange Hunt Estates turn out for annual Fourth of July parade.

Neighborly Fourth

Vienna Salutes Troops

Residents take a deeper look into the meaning of the Fourth.

Vienna Salutes Troops

Red, White and Blue Day

Lorton residents celebrate Independence Day with parade down Lorton Boulevard.

Red, White and Blue Day

Boat on Fire

Fairfax County Marine Patrol comes to aid of burning yacht July 8.

Boat on Fire

Tuesday, July 10

Beating the Heat

Residents doing what they can to cool off from sweltering temperatures.

Beating the Heat

Local Golf Instructor Chosen for Invention

Golf tool invented by Herndon golf instructor to be featured on national reality show.

Local Golf Instructor Chosen for Invention

Community Notes

Community Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Longfellow Takes Honors in Science Competition

Longfellow Takes Honors in Science Competition

Civic Calendar July 12-18

Civic Calendar July 12-18

How To Improve Recreation Services?

Special committee recommends all Reston organizations combine efforts to provide variety of facilities.

How To Improve Recreation Services?

Senior Living July 11-18

Senior Living July 11-18

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

Week in Vienna

Week in Vienna

Obit: Mary Agnes Haaser Dies

Obit: Mary Agnes Haaser Dies

Clinic Can't Afford Affordability

Clinic in NVCC Springfield campus that provided care for uninsured is now out of funding.

Clinic Can't Afford Affordability

Community Remembers Lathius Foster

Reston Marine loved his family, friends and country.

Community Remembers Lathius Foster

Volunteers Keep Tournament Swinging

Locals go inside the ropes at AT&T National

Volunteers Keep Tournament Swinging

Calendar: July 11-17

Calendar: July 11-17

This Week in Potomac 7-11-07

This Week in Potomac 7-11-07

They’ve Got the Beat

At the State Theatre, Legwarmers take sold-out crowds back in time.

They’ve Got the Beat

Del. Callahan Hosts Kent County Group

Folklife Festival artists and craftsman from Kent County, England gather at Del. Vincent Callahan’s home to celebrate a successful partnership with Virginia.

Del. Callahan Hosts Kent County Group

Author Of The Seas Comes To the Seaport

A book about what whaling was — not what whaling is.

Author Of The Seas Comes To the Seaport

Week in Herndon

Week in Herndon

Churchill Accounting Questioned

Internal Audit identifies debt, mismanagement and questionable accounting practices.

Churchill Accounting Questioned

Calendar July 11-18

Calendar July 11-18

Author Of The Seas Comes To the Seaport

A book about what whaling was — not what whaling is.

Author Of The Seas Comes To the Seaport

Showing of the Seasons

Annual art show that celebrates the region’s history opens at Oatlands.

Showing of the Seasons

Perfecting Potter

Film Review

Perfecting Potter

‘Big Week’ for Environmental Initiatives

Council approves Canal ordinance; Forest Conservation Law moves forward.

‘Big Week’ for Environmental Initiatives

Dranesville Sewer Projects Underway

Dranesville Sewer Projects Underway

River Rendezvous

Potomac Conservancy holds annual picnic.

River Rendezvous

Calendar July 11-18

Calendar July 11-18

CAN 5K: 7 Years, 7 Figures

Record 820 runners finish Cure Autism Now 5K; annual Fourth of July race in Potomac Village has raised more than $1 million for autism research.

CAN 5K: 7 Years, 7 Figures

Fine Arts July 11-18

Fine Arts July 11-18

Almanac Co-Founder Noyes Dies at 87

Almanac Co-Founder Noyes Dies at 87

A River Falls Celebration

A River Falls Celebration

Virginia Florist Marks Half Century

Long time customers and newly initiated show up to celebrate.

Virginia Florist Marks Half Century

Vibe Quest

Creating the right ambiance is mission critical for Alexandria restaurants.

Vibe Quest

Calendar July 11-18

Calendar July 11-18

Fine Arts July 11-18

Fine Arts July 11-18

Army Releases Final BRAC Plan: No Change

Majority of incoming personnel to be located at EPG.

Army Releases Final BRAC Plan: No Change

Wet But Fun Fourth of July

McLean residents ignore wet conditions and enjoy annual Fourth of July celebation at Langley High School.

Wet But Fun Fourth of July

Revitalizing New Orleans: Up Close And Personal

Recreating a city — one neighborhood "cluster" at a time.

Revitalizing New Orleans: Up Close And Personal

Army Releases Final BRAC Plan: No Change

Majority of incoming personnel to be located at EPG.

Army Releases Final BRAC Plan: No Change

Potomac Falls Rings in the 4th

Potomac Falls Rings in the 4th

Faith July 11-18

Faith July 11-18

Elections Board Disqualifies Candidate

Ohneiser Now Unopposed

Elections Board Disqualifies Candidate

Veteran Receives High-School Diploma

Senior Graduates from High School

Veteran Receives High-School Diploma

Small Town, Big Parade

Small Town, Big Parade

Celebrating in Style

Traditional Fourth of July celebration brings community together.

Celebrating in Style

Car Wash Approved, PODs Questioned

South County Federation takes care of business.

Car Wash Approved, PODs Questioned

Faith July 11-18

Faith July 11-18

Small Town, Big Parade

Small Town, Big Parade

Health Notes

Health Notes

A Camp for the Future

Iranian-American leadership camp comes to Hemlock.

A Camp for the Future

Taxing Issues

Supervisors agree unanimously to opposed proposed NVTA taxes.

Taxing Issues

Arts Center 'Arrives' in Lorton

Lorton Arts Foundation wins award, and Baryshnikov gets on board.

Arts Center 'Arrives' in Lorton

Arts Center 'Arrives' in Lorton

Lorton Arts Foundation wins award, and Baryshnikov gets on board.

Arts Center 'Arrives' in Lorton

Car Wash Approved, PODs Questioned

South County Federation takes care of business.

Car Wash Approved, PODs Questioned

Del. Callahan Hosts Kent County Group

Folklife Festival artists and craftsman from Kent County, England gather at Del. Vincent Callahan’s home to celebrate a successful partnership with Virginia.

Del. Callahan Hosts Kent County Group

Fires Burn Near Dulles

Two fires reported near Dulles Airport Sunday afternoon.

Fires Burn Near Dulles

Health & Fitness July 11-18

Health & Fitness July 11-18

'A Dull Roar'

Pioneer Web site a long-time haven for community info and local bloggers.

'A Dull Roar'

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

Following in the Boot Steps

Springfield man is third generation accepted into U.S. Marine Band.

Following in the Boot Steps

A Camp for the Future

Iranian-American leadership camp comes to Hemlock.

A Camp for the Future

Mount Vernon Names Teacher Of The Year

History teachers from throughout the area were eligible.

Mount Vernon Names Teacher Of The Year

City Cancels Birthday Fireworks

City Cancels Birthday Fireworks

Faith July 11-18

Faith July 11-18

Schools July 11-18

Schools July 11-18

All Eyes on Jefferson-Houston

August test scores could mean an end to sanctions — or they could lead to more.

All Eyes on Jefferson-Houston

Vienna Celebrates

Vendors, food, entertaiment, rides and patriotism round out the festivities

Vienna Celebrates

Neighborhood: Del Ray July 11-18

Neighborhood: Del Ray July 11-18

Obit:Dana Bullen Dies

Obit:Dana Bullen Dies

Man Found in Potomac

Unidentified body recovered from a dock in south Old Town.

Man Found in Potomac

Neighborhood: Taylor Run July 11-18

Neighborhood: Taylor Run July 11-18

New Park Planned

New facility part of Woodrow Wilson project funding.

New Park Planned

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Obit: Irene Snelling Smyth

Obit: Irene Snelling Smyth

Neighborhood: Del Ray July 11-18

Neighborhood: Del Ray July 11-18

Obit:Dana Bullen Dies

Obit:Dana Bullen Dies

Running, Swimming and Biking to Beijing

Area resident hopes to compete in the 2008 Olympics triathlon.

Running, Swimming and Biking to Beijing

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Candidates Raise Funds

Candidates Raise Funds

To the Polls!

City voters will determine the next member of the Alexandria City Council in a July 17 special election.

To the Polls!

Neighborhood: Taylor Run July 11-18

Neighborhood: Taylor Run July 11-18

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

On the Campaign Trail

On the Campaign Trail

Board Increases Salaries

Hatrick gets a raise.

Board Increases Salaries

Following in the Boot Steps

Springfield man is third generation accepted into U.S. Marine Band.

Following in the Boot Steps

Politicians Join Celebration

Politicians Join Celebration

Supervisors’ Notebook

Supervisors’ Notebook

Small Price To Pay?

City debates a small payment to local community and questions its merits.

Small Price To Pay?

Springfield Bakery Goes Green

Swiss Bakery and Pastry Shop owners apply a Swiss upbringing to new business outlet.

Springfield Bakery Goes Green

Teeing Off for a Cure

Hall of famers gather at Lansdowne for annual charity golf tournament.

Teeing Off for a Cure

The Community’s Archeologist

Professor Brings History Back to Life

The Community’s Archeologist

Love for Two Taylors

Taylor Hicks concert raffle helps raise money for 2-year-old Ashburn resident Taylor Love.

Love for Two Taylors

Mount Vernon Names Teacher Of The Year

History teachers from throughout the area were eligible.

Mount Vernon Names Teacher Of The Year

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Happy Birthday, Reston

Happy Birthday, Reston

Obit: Irene Snelling Smyth

Obit: Irene Snelling Smyth

Monday, July 9

Wilson School Project Delayed

A decision on what to do with the historic school is postponed indefinitely.

Wilson School Project Delayed

Enjoy The Silence

A film festival devoted to comedies from the silent film era is coming to Arlington.

Enjoy The Silence

Affordable Home for Seniors Gets OK

The County Board approves an assisted living home for low-income seniors with disabilities.

Affordable Home for Seniors Gets OK

Sunday, July 8

Getting To Know... Robert Slater

A federal employee is honored for working to close the language gap.

Getting To Know... Robert Slater

Thursday, July 5

Business Notes

Business Notes

'Cucumber Phil' at Chantilly High

Children's play by Ed Monk is July 11-12.

'Cucumber Phil' at Chantilly High

Chlorine Kills City Fish

Pool discharges chlorine into Accotink Creek, killing several fish.

Chlorine Kills City Fish

Rojas Chosen for Nat'l Opera Program

Rojas Chosen for Nat'l Opera Program

Worth Noting

Worth Noting

Mount Vernon Man Charged With Murder

Todd Rogers died of his wounds at Fairfax Hospital

Mount Vernon Man Charged With Murder

Bridges Is Izaak Walton League Scholar

Bridges Is Izaak Walton League Scholar

Centreville Man Charged: Manufacturing Marijuana

Centreville Man Charged: Manufacturing Marijuana

Two Charged: Drug Distribution

Two Charged: Drug Distribution

School Notes

School Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Teen Wins at Robot-Fighting Event

Teen Wins at Robot-Fighting Event

Man Is Charged with 2003 Centreville Crime

Man Is Charged with 2003 Centreville Crime

Roundups

Roundups

Kate Robertson Is Published in Highlights

Kate Robertson Is Published in Highlights

T-Ball With the President

Clifton's Meredith Cripe hands Bush the ball for first pitch.

T-Ball With the President

An Arts Store With Heart

Clay Cafe in Chantilly offers summer camp, make-your-own pottery, and fun!

An Arts Store With Heart

Wednesday, July 4

Let Freedom Ring

Eleven-year-old Great Falls resident William Gottwald, IV has the honor of ringing Philadelpia’s Liberty Bell.

Let Freedom Ring

Rooting for the Home Team in Loudoun

Baseball was the way of life in Loudoun County throughout the 20th century.

Rooting for the Home Team in Loudoun

Calendar: July 4-10

Calendar: July 4-10

Let Freedom Ring

Eleven-year-old Great Falls resident William Gottwald, IV has the honor of ringing Philadelpia’s Liberty Bell.

Let Freedom Ring

West*Group Named Partner of the Year

West*Group Named Partner of the Year

Father and Son Play in 'A Secret Garden'

McLean Community Players presents musical “A Secret Garden” at Alden Theatre.

Father and Son Play in 'A Secret Garden'

Week In Great Falls

Week In Great Falls

School-based GT Center To Open at Chesterbrook

Many of Chesterbrook’s Level 4 GT students will attend the center in lieu of being bused to Haycock GT Center.

School-based GT Center To Open at Chesterbrook

Two Takes On Nature

Great Falls Studios ‘Perceptions of Nature’ exhibit features works of local painter Linda Jones and local photographer Dee Leggett.

Two Takes On Nature

West*Group Named Partner of the Year

West*Group Named Partner of the Year

Two Takes On Nature

Great Falls Studios ‘Perceptions of Nature’ exhibit features works of local painter Linda Jones and local photographer Dee Leggett.

Two Takes On Nature

Week In McLean

Week In McLean

From Iraq to Jammin' Java

After surviving a near-fatal injury in Iraq, former Fairfax High School student, U.S. Marine and drummer for Bandazian performs at Jammin’ Java.

From Iraq to Jammin' Java

Father and Son Play in 'A Secret Garden'

McLean Community Players presents musical “A Secret Garden” at Alden Theatre.

Father and Son Play in 'A Secret Garden'

Tuesday, July 3

Camps & Schools

Camps & Schools

Artistically Walking

Bethesda Art Walk presents art to area residents.

Artistically Walking

Calendar

Calendar

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Theater

Theater

Calendar

Calendar

Loudoun Theater

Loudoun Theater

Welcome to Joppatown

Rock band with local Churchill and Sidwell grads lays down the funk, rock and reggae.

Welcome to Joppatown

The Science of Lego

Profile

The Science of Lego

Ongoing Loudoun Events

Ongoing Loudoun Events

Second Chance’s Second Chance

Wildlife rehabilitation center, Second Chance, needs expanded facilities to accommodate all animals.

Second Chance’s Second Chance

Sidewalk Fallout

Neighbors divided over sidewalk gap as project moves forwards.

Sidewalk Fallout

Bear Tactics

Black bear sightings are a cause for caution, not panic, officials say.

Bear Tactics

A Slippery Slope

Mardirossian eyes court action to allow clearing trees and build fence near C&O Canal.

A Slippery Slope

Getting to Know...

Mike Cassidy

Getting to Know...

Civic Calendar

Civic Calendar

Business Notes

Business Notes

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

People Notes

People Notes

Volunteering

Volunteering

Real Estate Notes

Real Estate Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Health Notes

Faith Notes

Faith Notes

Monday, July 2

Time to Tee Off

Time to Tee Off

Book Tour Highlights Faith

Fantasy 4 Come to Alexandria

Book Tour Highlights Faith

iPhone Fever Hits Area

Area residents wait up to 14 hours in line at the Tysons Corner store.

iPhone Fever Hits Area

UCM's New Executive Director Is On the Job

Hull sees UCM's and community's benefits as one in the same.

UCM's New Executive Director Is On the Job

Lorton House Fire Makes Four Homeless

Lorton House Fire Makes Four Homeless

Historic Union

A very old-fashioned wedding takes place at the former home of Robert E. Lee.

Historic Union

Trash-Free Potomac by 2013?

Second annual Potomac Watershed Trash Summit sees more legislators join effort.

Trash-Free Potomac by 2013?

School Notes

School Notes

Mission to Mexico

Group from Clifton Presbyterian spent last week working for a mission in Reynosa, Mexico.

Mission to Mexico

Mission to Mexico

Group from Clifton Presbyterian spent last week working for a mission in Reynosa, Mexico.

Mission to Mexico

Local Extreme Makeover

Local Extreme Makeover

Getting to Know ... Geoff Mitchell

A British expatriate blasts off at space camp.

Getting to Know ... Geoff Mitchell

iPhone Fever Hits Area

Area residents wait up to 14 hours in line at the Tysons Corner store.

iPhone Fever Hits Area

Monopole Ahead — Maybe

Cell phone and wireless Internet towers considered for Burke Centre

Monopole Ahead — Maybe

Ashburn Store Donates Itself to Charity

Ashburn Store Donates Itself to Charity

Week In Arlington

Week In Arlington

Town Offers Activities for Children

Variety of Community Center children activities available for summer alternatives.

Town Offers Activities for Children

Unsolved Tragedy

Police look for clues in a year-old murder.

Unsolved Tragedy

Council To Purchase County Land

City to buy Eleven Oaks property in an effort to protect future character of neighborhood

Council To Purchase County Land

Arlington Prenatal Care Lags

But the county’s infant mortality rate is the lowest in Virginia.

Arlington Prenatal Care Lags

Rowing through Life

Burke woman becomes elite athlete in less than six years.

Rowing through Life

Respecting the Neighborhood

Burke Centre and Kings Park West homeowners recognized for thoughtful design and upkeep of their homes.

Respecting the Neighborhood

Ian Hickman: A Bottomless Pit

Sterling Resident Consumes 51 Pierogies in Five Minutes

Ian Hickman: A Bottomless Pit

Sunday Afternoon Delight

Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic Association Presents 17th Annual Chamber Music Series.

Sunday Afternoon Delight

A Lunch in 'High' Society

Entrepreneur wins nation-wide business prize, including lunch with a Trump at 150 feet.

A Lunch in 'High' Society

Making State History

Herndon resident and businessman Danny Vargas to become first Hispanic chamber leader in Virginia.

Making State History

Book Tour Highlights Faith

Fantasy 4 Come to Alexandria

Book Tour Highlights Faith

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Welles Well Played In Solo Show

Jay Tilley Creates A Young Orson Welles

Welles Well Played In Solo Show

The Raw Feed

The challenges and rewards of fresh oysters and clams.

The Raw Feed

Welles Well Played In Solo Show

Jay Tilley Creates A Young Orson Welles

Welles Well Played In Solo Show

Crafty

Vendors sell their homemade wares in an outdoor market in Ballston.

Crafty

Trash-Free Potomac by 2013?

Second annual Potomac Watershed Trash Summit sees more legislators join effort.

Trash-Free Potomac by 2013?

Drive, Don't Text

New law restricts cell phone use by teen drivers

Drive, Don't Text

Welles Well Played In Solo Show

Jay Tilley Creates A Young Orson Welles

Welles Well Played In Solo Show

Local Extreme Makeover

Local Extreme Makeover

Welles Well Played In Solo Show

Jay Tilley Creates A Young Orson Welles

Welles Well Played In Solo Show

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

New Duplex in New Alexandria

Plan may call for a building that’s a bit too big.

New Duplex in New Alexandria

Nightlife July 5-11

Nightlife July 5-11

Nightlife

Nightlife

Mount Vernon Suspect Sought

Mount Vernon Suspect Sought

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

Downward Facing Philanthropist Pose

Old Town dance studio donates place for charitable yoga classes.

Downward Facing Philanthropist Pose

Learning, Telling Neighborhood’s History

Production describes role of Hunter Mill Road corridor during the Civil War.

Learning, Telling Neighborhood’s History

A Lunch in 'High' Society

Entrepreneur wins nation-wide business prize, including lunch with a Trump at 150 feet.

A Lunch in 'High' Society

Sunday Afternoon Delight

Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic Association Presents 17th Annual Chamber Music Series.

Sunday Afternoon Delight

Community Notes

Community Notes

Book Tour Highlights Faith

Fantasy 4 Come to Alexandria

Book Tour Highlights Faith

Nightlife July 5-11

Nightlife July 5-11

iPhone Fever Hits Area

Area residents wait up to 14 hours in line at the Tysons Corner store.

iPhone Fever Hits Area

Reston Without Criminal Trends

Reston Without Criminal Trends

'Not Enough Resources To Go Around'

Young Springfield resident runs up against walls seeking breast cancer assistance.

'Not Enough Resources To Go Around'

Art in Loudoun

Art in Loudoun

College Notes

College Notes

School Notes

School Notes

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Capturing Moments, Renewing Memories

Volunteer videographer brings his skills to preserve the histories of Vienna residents.

Capturing Moments, Renewing Memories

iPhone Fever Hits Area

Area residents wait up to 14 hours in line at the Tysons Corner store.

iPhone Fever Hits Area

College Notes

College Notes

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

RHC Awards Annual Scholarships

RHC Awards Annual Scholarships

Site Sponsors Dulles South Contest

Site Sponsors Dulles South Contest

Community Notes

Community Notes

House Votes Against Power Line Moratorium

House Votes Against Power Line Moratorium

York Holds Town Hall Meeting

Residents Ask Questions About Comprehensive Plan

York Holds Town Hall Meeting

Appalling Behavior

Letter to the Editor

Appalling Behavior

Drive, Don't Text

New law restricts cell phone use by teen drivers

Drive, Don't Text

School Notes

School Notes

Street Fair Offers Family Fun

Chiropractor Sponsors Second Annual Street Fair

Street Fair Offers Family Fun

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Calendar Notes

Calendar Notes

Reston’s Wild Side

Baby alligator found in residential neighborhood.

Reston’s Wild Side

Southern Walk Board Adds Homeowner

Southern Walk Board Adds Homeowner

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Civic Leader From Del Ray

Justin Wilson hopes to be the seventh member of an all-Democratic City Council.

Civic Leader From Del Ray

Making Children Fit Wise

Sterling Mom Opens Health Club for Children

Making Children Fit Wise

Learning, Telling Neighborhood’s History

Production describes role of Hunter Mill Road corridor during the Civil War.

Learning, Telling Neighborhood’s History

Teacher Faces Charges

Sheriff’s Office Brings Additional Charges

Teacher Faces Charges

School Notes

School Notes

On the Campaign Trail

On the Campaign Trail

A Familiar Face on the Election Trail

Bill Cleveland wants to return to City Hall and impose some fiscal discipline.

A Familiar Face on the Election Trail

School Board Elects Eberwein

In a five-to-four vote, a divided School Board narrowly approves new leadership.

School Board Elects Eberwein

Rental Inspection Districts Chosen

Three sets of residences with rental units will make up the pilot program for new inspection program.

Rental Inspection Districts Chosen

Cracked Lives

Tobias Carrington is sentenced to 21 years after a deadly shooting rampage.

Cracked Lives

Judge Grants Continuance

Judge Grants Continuance

Community Notes

Community Notes

What’s It Worth?

City tries to assess potential benefits from regional transportation plan

What’s It Worth?

Decision Due on Anti-Solicitation

Town Awaits judge's written ruling.

Decision Due on Anti-Solicitation

A Lunch in 'High' Society

Entrepreneur wins nation-wide business prize, including lunch with a Trump at 150 feet.

A Lunch in 'High' Society

Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

Temporary Road Closing

Temporary Road Closing

Getting to Know ... Bill Campbell

Getting to Know ... Bill Campbell

Seeing Things in Different Light

Reston DRB hopes to protect Reston from too much street lighting.

Seeing Things in Different Light

City Holds Special Election July 17

City Precincts Open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

City Holds Special Election July 17

Parks Offer Summer Escape

Vienna-area parks are peaceful and scenic retreats.

Parks Offer Summer Escape

City Seeks Intervention

City Seeks Intervention

Dulles Rail Briefing for RA

Wiehle Station construction to begin in fall of 2008.

Dulles Rail Briefing for RA

New Park Plan Strikes An Equitable Balance

Comments will be accepted by the NPS throughout July.

New Park Plan Strikes An Equitable Balance

Juveniles Cause Fire

Juveniles Cause Fire

Week in Loudoun

Week in Loudoun

History Corrected at Alexandria National Cemetery

A new headstone corrects the name -- not the sacrifice.

History Corrected at Alexandria National Cemetery

Sunday, July 1

Calendar July 3-9

Calendar July 3-9

Fine Arts July 5-11

Fine Arts July 5-11

Clubs & Organizations - July

Clubs & Organizations - July

Health & Fitness July 5-11

Health & Fitness July 5-11

Enthusiatically Optimistic

Film Review

Enthusiatically Optimistic

Faith July 5-11

Faith July 5-11

Classes - July

Classes - July

Senior Living July 3-9

Senior Living July 3-9

Calendar July 5-11

Calendar July 5-11

West Potomac Says Farewell

West Potomac community buries three of its own after fatal crash on graduation day.

West Potomac Says Farewell

Death in the Mixing Bowl: The perfect storm

The Beltway experience can be a deadly one for any driver

Death in the Mixing Bowl: The perfect storm

Schools July 3-9

Schools July 3-9

Neighborhood: North Ridge July 5-11

Neighborhood: North Ridge July 5-11

Fine Arts July 5-11

Fine Arts July 5-11

Volunteers - July

Volunteers - July

Calendar July 5-11

Calendar July 5-11

Neighborhood: North Ridge July 5-11

Neighborhood: North Ridge July 5-11

‘Live Free’ Doesn’t Die

Film Review

‘Live Free’ Doesn’t Die

Faith July 3-9

Faith July 3-9

Neighborhood: Taylor Run July 5-11

Neighborhood: Taylor Run July 5-11

Alexandria Bulletin July 5-11

Alexandria Bulletin July 5-11

Health & Fitness July 2-9

Health & Fitness July 2-9

Fine Arts Scene July 3-9

Fine Arts Scene July 3-9

Faith July 5-11

Faith July 5-11

Business Notes - July

Business Notes - July

Neighborhood: Taylor Run July 5-11

Neighborhood: Taylor Run July 5-11

Health & Fitness July 5-11

Health & Fitness July 5-11

Health & Fitness July 5-11

Health & Fitness July 5-11

Schools July 5-11

Schools July 5-11

Alexandria Bulletin July 5-11

Alexandria Bulletin July 5-11